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A Warm Welcome Awaits at Warcombe
A Holiday to Remember
Nestled into the hillside above Lee Bay is a 4 bedroom farmhouse that guarantees holidays to remember and memories to treasure for familys of up to 9.
Warcombe Farmhouse is picture perfect, a stately period home oozing charm and character. Lovingly renovated, the 500 year old farmhouse has retained many of its original features where possible, and anywhere they could not be saved the new has been seamlessly incorporated to tie in with the old.
This light and airy farmhouse has plenty to offer its guests from its large bright rooms to its sweeping garden, perfect for secluded sunbathing and alfresco dinners.
Built facing south, the farmhouse benefits from having the sun on it for the majority of the day. Thick walls and under-floor heating ensure Warcombe is warm and cosy in the winter months but these same original walls make sure in the summer months, when the temperatures rise, the farmhouse is a cool haven in which to relax.
Set away from the lane, Warcombe Farmhouse offers peace and tranquillity throughout the year. The only sound disturbing the silence is the birds cheerfully singing in the trees and the rustling of the leaves in the breeze.
Warcombe Farmhouse is also fitted with WiFi so there is no need to be cut off from the world, whilst staying in this rural retreat.
So Much to See Just a Few Miles From the House
The farmhouse is ideally located just a mile from the pretty North Devon village of Lee Bay, where there is a small rocky cove and a family and pet friendly pub, the Grampus Inn.
The golden sands of Woolacombe beach are also just a short drive away. This world renowned beach is famous for its clean water, sunbathing and water sports.
For trips to Lundy Island or a night at the theatre, Ilfracombe town is close by. Dating back to the Victorian era, Ilfracombe has plenty of history and lots to see. Its harbour, home to Damien Hirst's statue, 'Verity', is a hive of activity, as boats depart on various trips and people soak in the atmosphere with an ice-cream or a crab sandwich.